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孫瑞芹

also known as Sun Jui-chin

journalist

J. C. Sun was a Chinese journalist.

Background

Mr. Sun was born in Tsung Ming, Kiangsu, China (Jiangsu, China) in March 28, 1898.

Education

He attended the primary and middle schools of Nanyang College in Shanghai, China in 1909-1915. He graduated from Peiyang University in Tientsin, China in 1920 with the degree of Bachelor of Laws.

Career

J. C. Sun joined "the North China Star" in Tientsin, China in 1920. Then he worked as an English translator of Chung Mei News Agency, Peking and later editor of its translation service in 1920-1922. After that he held a position of night sub-editor of the Peking Leader in 1920.

In 1921 Mr. Sun started a student English paper, the Peking Express and edited it for one year. He also was a news editor of the North China Standard from March, 1922 to January 1, 1930, when he joined the Leader in a similar capacity. He started the English service of the Kuo Wen News Agency in 1925 and was editor since that time. After that he became also connected with the Peiping Bureau of Renter's Service.